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    Default Arbitration

    My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: ca

    Is the arbitration process different from a normal court process? Does the employer know what I am suing them for? Is there a limit to the amount?

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    Yes. Yes. Yes.

    posting hx is a must.

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    Yes. Yes. Yes.

    posting hx is a must.

    What is hx?

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    It means that since you provided absolutely no information about your situation, responders will need to go to your previous posts for it.

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    So what are you wanting to sue for now Fallguy?

    At some point, very early in the process, the employer will have to know what you claim is all about.

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    Arbitration is somewhat less formal than a civil court procedure. I'm an arbitrator and I'm not even an attorney, just a trained "neutral" with respect to the field I provide services. We have our own rules that are not unlike the rules of civil procedure. There is, of course, no jury so some things (like ad limine motion, etc...) don't exist. However many other things, discovery, briefs, witness lists, etc... also occur. The actual hearing is conducted similar to a trial with people giving testimony under oath, etc...

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    Is the arbitration process different from a normal court process?
    Yes.


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    Does the employer know what I am suing them for?
    How could we possibly know whether some unknown employer is aware of a lawsuit you have filed? Have you served your filed lawsuit on your employer?


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    Is there a limit to the amount?
    To the amount you can sue for? No. Obviously, however, the amount you can recover is limited to whatever damages you can prove if you can prove the merits of your case. Equally as obviously, no one here has the slightest idea what your case might be worth.

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    posting hx is a must.
    What does "hx" mean?

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    HX = history.

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    Fallguy is a frequent flyer here.

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    It means that since you provided absolutely no information about your situation, responders will need to go to your previous posts for it.

    Ok thanks

    Quote Quoting PayrolGuy
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    So what are you wanting to sue for now Fallguy?


    At some point, very early in the process, the employer will have to know what you claim is all about.
    CBG might know a little more about it. I canít get into too much details at the moment. I just know that the arbitration date is a month from now.

    They sent me an email a few weeks ago trying to get some information but I didnít tell them anything. I also got to question them during my WC trial but their answer were ďI donít recall and I donít rememberĒ. I already know what they will argue but they do not have any evidence to support it.

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